A trip to the Tetons would be incomplete without seeing this tiny chapel. We visited twice. The first time we arrived to find a tour bus and a full parking lot. Since we had a flexible schedule we decided to return at another time. Our second visit was early in the morning and there were only two others present during... 更多
We happened visit this place on Sunday and attended the worship. It was amazing to see those mountains behind the cross during the worship. If you can not stay very long, the chapel has benches outside and you can still hear the message and songs and participate the worship without disturbing others. It is a unique experience to feel and... 更多
Okay, it's a sightseeing drive and it's an okay stop. It was nice to see the small chapel and how the windows frame the tall peaks.
It is a nice place to visit together with the historical part of the park. You only need to walk a few yards and enjoy the view from inside the chapel.
Quite near the south entrance to Grand Teton National Park, you will find the Chapel of the Transfiguration, an Episcopal Church. It opened in 1925 to serve "local" residents. Services are still held there on Sundays in the summer. It is a small, log cabin chapel, seating about 65 people. As you look toward the alter, there is a view... 更多
We took pictures here to celebrate our 50th anniversary! This had been our plan for some years now. A serene, beautiful place to replay our wedding ceremony.
This is a beautiful location. Lovely building, full of character. Sitting in the pew looking out at the Tetons is awe-inspiring. Would love to experience a worship service here (it is used regularly for church services). Added bonus for us was seeing a cow moose and her calf grazing right next to the Chapel, no more than 20 yards away.
The Chapel is a great spot to stop for Fall Color views of the Tetons. Make sure you go in the Chapel to check out the view from the window.